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Tera Angstrom Technology: Unique manufacturing processes consisting of: o Impingement Process: High-pressure (>10000 psi) impingement jets force particles against each other, blasting apart the clusters of magnetic particles and separating them into nanometer-size elements that enable magnetic layer uniformity -- smaller particle size and more uniform distribution.
2] = hf) and force particles, charge, and spin of known elementary particles.
Impingement Process: High-pressure (>10,000 psi) impingement jets force particles against each other, blasting apart the clusters of magnetic particles and separating them into nanometer-size elements that enable magnetic layer uniformity -- smaller particle size and more uniform distribution.
Impingement process: This involves the use of high-pressure (>10,000 psi) impingement jets that force particles against each other to blast apart the magnetic clusters and separates them into nanomagnetic elements to enable magnetic layer pigment uniformity -- resulting in smaller particle size and more uniform distribution.
The ultrasonic shock waves force particles to collide, much as a huge ocean wave might smash two surfers together.